Stratosphere progressing with complete renovation of guestrooms
September 01, 2018 7:50 AM
by Robert Mann
The now reinvigorated Stratosphere, home of Las Vegas's tallest structure, The Stratosphere Tower, is progressing with its complete renovation of its guestrooms with fresh decor and updated furniture.
Phase 1 of the project also unveils the Elevate room category, which is now online for bookings, reports the popular travel industry website, travelweekly.com.
The Stratosphere is among a slew of recent acquisitions by Golden Entertainment, the parent company of Las Vegas locals’ favorite PT’s taverns, in addition to additional taverns under different branding. Other properties now also include two Arizona Charlie’s locations in Las Vegas, new properties in Laughlin, Colorado Belle and Edgewater, to go along with its Aquarius along the Colorado River, casinos in Parhump, Rocky Gap Casino Resort in Maryland, and major slot route operations locally and throughout Montana. In June, the company received its license for electronic gaming in Illinois.
At the “Strat,” 252 rooms over three floors now highlight the design and decor of the Elevate rooms drawing on the sky that surrounds the Stratosphere's signature spire, with pale-blue upholstery and gray carpeting. Friedmutter Group, the prominent architecture firm, created the Elevate rooms that now feature small but friendly touches that add technological and organizational convenience for guests, including "halo-lit" headboards, storage cubbies and USB ports built into bedside tables and complimentary WiFi. Parking remains free at the property.
The rooms are available now from a remarkable $71 per night for an Elevate king. For more information, visit https://stratospherehotel.com.
In case you were wondering, the 1,149 ft. Stratosphere Tower is the tallest freestanding observation tower in the United States, and the second-tallest in the Western Hemisphere, surpassed only by the CN Tower in Toronto.